Miriam Di Nunzio
Legendary Sun-Times Film critic Roger Ebert will be immortalized today via a statue to be unveiled today outside the Virginia Theatre in downstate Champaign, Ill., where his beloved Ebertfest film festival is now under way.
C2E2, Peter Wolf, Steve Tyrell among some cool things to check out this weekend and beyond.
More than 50 top chefs from Chicago and around the country, and headliner John Mayer, will be on hand for the first-ever “Food Network in Concert” event at Ravinia Festival, Sept. 20.
Ten-year-old Henry Hynes of south suburban Evergreen Park got the surprise of a lifetime Thursday night in Nashville, Tenn., when iconic rocker Bruce Springsteen plucked him out of the audience to share the stage during “Dancing in the Dark.”
Chicago’s classical music radio giant 98.7WFMT has received two National Endowment for the Arts Works grants. A $20,000 grant was awarded to “Relevant Tones,” the WFMT original series heard Saturdays at 5 pm. and hosted by Seth Boustead. The weekly syndicated program explores the state of contemporary classical music. A $12,500 grant was awarded to
The lineup for the third annual was announced today. Running June 5-8 at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, the fest features 70 shows and 400 performers delivering everything from stand-up and sketch comedy to improv and music.